We have a special consultative Status with UN ECOSOC (2023)

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Igniting Hope for the Less privileged Initiative (Igniting Hope Initiative) is a non- profit, non- governmental organization. It is a humanitarian organization with the mission to bring the message of hope and give relief to people in all facet of life, irrespective of their religion, language,tribe, colour, race and age.

It is an initiative borne out of the burden and compassion for the less privileged and unreached in the society in the year 2002.

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Raise Fund To Save Water

Water is an essential part of living. Water plays a very vital role in ensuring an equal, sustained, and viable productive economy.


It should come as no surprise that rural school children are the most deprived of socioeconomic lives especially when it comes to having quality education and this is basically due to poverty and Neglect.

Many parents do not understand the value of Education as well. And even the ones who agree to send their children to school barely have the funds to sustain them through.

There is a call for urgent attention as rural schools have been left for doom for too long as they rarely have inexperienced teachers. They also suffer a lack of enough teachers for the number of children enrolled in the school.


Free Medical outreaches to rural villages/communities which include simple medical tests like Eye test, Dental test, Sugar level, BP tests etc Give Free Drugs, Wheel Chairs to help the disabled. We also visit the hospitals to assist the poor in payment of their bills


Youths are empowered through seminars and vocational training to help them make a living ad take them off the street


Widows are empowered financially for Small scale business and farming and with vocational training to help


Used clothes, shoes and general household material sourced/donated are given to the less privileged to upgrade their living standard


We operate a Food bank where the hungry can collect cooked food for immediate consumption twice a week and distribution of food stuff to the needy from time to time. We also support the school children with a meal in the remote villages

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Igniting Hope For Less Priviledge initiative has a Special Consultative Status with UN ECOSOC (2023).

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Abiola Anthonia Ogbu nee Alayemola

She is the President of Igniting Hope For The Less Privileged Initiative. She holds a B.Sc degree in Accounting from Ahmadu Bello University Zaria Nigeria and a Higher Diploma degree from ADI College of Counseling and Psychotherapy Lagos Nigeria. She is enterprising and started her business career in 1984 as a young primary school pupil. She is into production of snacks – Tastee Chinchin and general merchandize.
She is the Executive Director of Wealth Fruit Nigeria Ltd a company that deals on Exportation of Agro-allied products, Oil & Gas (Upstream & Down stream). Commodity Trading( Rice, Sugar, Cement etc.)
She is a professional counselor, Marriage and Family Therapist and a member of the African Network of Professional Counselors(ANEPCO).
She is the Lead Counselor at Right Mindset Consult. She is a Relationship Coach, Teenage counselor, a Writer and a Minister of the Gospel. She is an Alumni of the prestigious EI Academy.
Her humanitarian work started in the year 2002 as a young lady in Kano State Northern Nigeria.
She has served and still serving as a Volunteer in many NGOs like Less Privileged Children Encouragement Initiative(EI), Inspiring Change Initiative an NGO that empowers women in business, Castle & Care Heritage Initiative,Tulips Foundation, Royalty Welfare Unit, Mercy Obasohan Foundation etc. She has deep passion and love for the Less Privileged Women, Widows, Orphans, the Poor, Dejected and Abandoned Children in the Rural communities in Nigeria and Africa.
She is a recipient of the JASIRI AWARD – Icon of Mercy 2024 in recognition of her work and sacrifice for humanity. She enjoys making people happy any where she goes. She is happily married to Ephraim Ndubuisi Ogbu and they are blessed with three children; David, Daniel and Deborah.

Ephraim Ndubuisi Ogbu
The Vice President / Project Coordinator

He holds HND in Marketing from Institute of Management and Technology (IMT) Enugu state Nigeria.
He Is the MD/CEO of Wealth Fruit Nigeria Ltd a company that deals on Exportation of Agro-allied products, Oil & Gas ( Upstream & Down stream). Commodity Trading( Rice, Sugar,Cement etc.), Consultant and representative of Ordiamex International SA. Conakry, Republic of Guinea. Miners, Sellers and suppliers of solid minerals; Gold 22-23% purity, Diamond (Rough & Uncut), Bauxite, Iron ore, locally and Internationally.
He Is the African Representative of ELS International, an Australian based Oil & Gas  Company.
He has deep passion and love for the Less Privileged Women, Widows, Orphans, the  Poor, Dejected and Abandoned Children in the Rural communities in Nigeria and Africa. He loves traveling and connecting with people around the globe. He is a devoted Christian and a Minister of the Gospel.
He is happily married to his wife Abiola Anthonia and they are blessed with David, Daniel and Deborah.

Ganiyat Taiwo Olusesi nee Oriola

Mrs. GANIYAT TAIWO OLUSESI nee ORIOLA is a Chartered Secretary and Administrator, Lawyer, as well as a Chartered Mediator and Conciliator.
She holds a Degree and Master in Laws from the prestigious Olabisi Onabanjo University and currently running a PhD in Corporate Governance at LeadCity University, Ibadan.
She also holds a Fellowship of the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators of Nigeria (ICSAN) where she currently serves as Registrar/CEO.
She is an Associate of the Institute of Chartered Mediators and Conciliators of Nigeria, a member of Nigerian Institute of Management (Chartered) and Chartered Institute of Taxation of Nigeria.
Taiwo was an External Examiner with the Council for Legal Education, Nigerian Law School between the year 2016 till 2019 and currently a Faculty Member of the Encouragement Initiative Academy for NGO Training and Sustainable Development Goals where she teaches Legal Framework of running Not-For Profits. Prior to her appointment at ICSAN, she was the Head of Legal and Servicom Officer at Tai Solarin College of Education, Ogun State.
At the professional level, she has served the Nigerian Bar Association in several capacities. She has held the position of Financial Secretary, Secretary and National Executive Committee Representative of the Ijebu Ode branch. She was a member of the Bar Lecture committee for many years, Publications Committee and Continuing Legal Education Committee of the Branch and also held the position of the Secretary to the Branch Disciplinary Committee. For her service, she received the first award of “Amazing Amazon” of the Ijebu Ode Branch of NBA. She is the current Chairperson of the International Federation of Women Lawyers (FIDA), Ogun State Branch.
Her interests cut across charity, volunteering as well as health and fitness. Taiwo is the alumnus of the prestigious Ei Academy after which she established the Advocates Against Domestic Violence and Gender Discrimination aka PROJECT NARANJA, a group that focuses on abused women through counseling, free legal services and provision of temporary shelter for fleeing victims of domestic violence. Project Naranja currently supports several women through counselling, financial empowerment and legal aid.
 She belongs to other charity groups which include but not limited to:
The Less Privileged Children Encouragement Initiative,
Teen Girls Enlightenment Initiative,
Friends of the Deaf Foundation,
Kindness Costs little Initiative,
Third Hand Initiative,
Daisy Sickle Cell Foundation,
WALKZEST Fitness Foundation.   
She is the National Secretary of the OSU/OOU Law Alumni Association and the President of Adeola Odutola College Old Students Association (Class of 1993).
Taiwo is married to Dr. Lukman Olusesi and blessed with four children.

Bolaji Muraina Yusuf

He holds HND and B.Sc in Accounting from Lagos State Polytechnic and Lagos State University Nigeria respectively. He is also a member of Institute of Chartered Accountant of Nigeria (ICAN).
He Is a logistic and Supply chain professional par excellence. His outstanding record of success,
Productivity and experience in his field has earned him a position of a manager in a reputable pharmaceutical company in Nigeria.
He Is a versatile, enterprising, enthusiastic and certified professional. His entrepreneurial spirit has culminated in BATMOD GROUP with businesses spanning from
Education, Agro-allied, Real Estate, Accounting Services and Consultancy.
This enterprising young man is passionate about raising the next generation of exceptional leaders therefore ventured into school business to contribute his quota towards the development of the society. His passion for personal and business development has made him to attend various trainings, seminars and workshops both within and outside the country. He Is a devoted Christian, highly intelligent and takes delight in making peoplelive a better and fulfilling life. His life ideology is living a life of contribution and purpose. He Is the Founder of The Senior Citizen Healthy Living Initiative. As a philanthropist, he has offered several humanitarian services and has given help and succor to many individuals and organizations, this has earned him several awards. He is happily married to his lovely wife, Toyosi and they both have three lovely children; Ajibola, Busola and Oluwanishola.

Caleb Baek
Ambassador & Strategic Development Officer

The Ambassador of Igniting Hope for the Less Privileged Initiative (NGO) to the United Nations.

He played a major role in applying and obtaining approval of a consultative status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) for the NGO.

He is currently attending Academy of the Canyons in California, United States.

He was previously the Junior Ambassador of Malaysia through the YES Abroad Program by the US Department of Education.

After discovering the hardships of what the children and widows in Nigeria are experiencing, he seeks to bring help and support to the underprivileged children and financially struggling widows.

Since 2021, the organization was unknown and had no recognition to people, which resulted in low acknowledgement and low participation from international donors. Through research, he discovered the best way to gain international recognition was receiving credentials from the United Nations.

After more than two years of the UN ECOSOC committee’s review, he was able to gain approval from the board hearing in the summer of 2023.

As an Ambassador, his job is to advocate the economic inequalities spread amongst the youth and women in Nigeria and to reach out to various organizations in the United States regarding fundraisers and awareness of this glaring issue.


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